Discussion in 'Landscape' started by LionSpeed, Sep 14, 2018.
Huntington Library, Pasadena
Taken by Canon 30 D-Infra, 16-35mm (Pana shot)
Thanks for looking!
Same shot, a little crop for close-up
Very, very nice. For whatever reason, most digital infrared stuff I’ve seen seams lacking in some way. These look really good.
I just converted my old Olympus E-PL1 and am having a ball with it. I process in Lightroom and a standard setting is to increase Clarity and Dehaze to 40 each. Gives the pop that you want in both BW and IR.
I've been thinking about converting my X-E2s for quite a while, but there are choices that I don't want to get wrong. So I don't do it.
Prefer the first pic myself. Not a big fan of IR but every so often they look great to me.... this is one of those occasions !
I have two XE1 cameras that are I converted. One is 656nm and other is Full Spectrum (FS) that was done recently. I need to experiment more with FS camera.
I also have some old Nikon D70-720nm and D80-656nm cameras that I use but I now prefer the Fujis due to their lighter weight.
IR photography is very dependent on your PP workflow and how you want your rendering.
Thank you all for your kind comments.
Here's a the opposite side of that tea house.
Love the pagoda shot.
I think that this view is better.
I'm sorry. These two are separate entities. I must have not been clear. This is a separate building (mainly for viewing inside), which lies on the opposite side of the pond. The first picture was actually a Tea House (mini restaurant if you will), where people can sit, drink tea & enjoy the garden.
I like the image in post #8 best but they are all very pleasing.
Slightly different angle, different camera
Taken by Nikon D610, 24-70 f2.8
...And the original color version (full panorama)